C Clamps (also known as G Clamp)

1. Essential for gluing jobs

2. To hold pieces while sawing

Parts of the clamp

It is advisable to keep the tommy bar on top as it becomes easy to tighten and loosen the screw

Long pieces of wood can be clamped by several c clamps at different places

Use a piece of scrap wood as a buffer between the work piece and clamp when working with delicate materials.

C Clamp can be used to extend the workpiece well out of the workbench, so that it can be cut

Spring Clamps (Pinch Clamps)

If the sheet is too big and covers the entire table, then using the threaded holes is not possible. You can use adjustable spring clamps to hold down the stock

Bar Clamps

This tool is used in woodworking while more permanent attachment is being made with screws or glue, or in metalworking to hold pieces together for welding or bolting. It is also called the F clamp.

Pipe Clamps

How to Store Clamps

C Clamps Storage

Method #1: Cradle

Method #2: Pin cushion

Method #3: Under-mount rack

This handy under-mount rack keeps your clamps right where you need them. Simply cut a series of 1-1/4-in.-diameter holes along the center line of a 2×6 and then rip the 2×6 in half to create the half-circle slots. Next, screw 1×4 sides and top to the cradle and screw it to the bottom of your workbench.

Method #4: PVC pipe grips

Method #5: Hanger

Method #6: PVC Pipe Holder

C Clamps, Bar Clamps and Spring Clamps

Hang these clamps between studs